Author Bio

Dr. Nan Presser is a Clinical Professor at the University of Missouri where she teaches clinical graduate students on Advanced Ethical and Legal Issues and provides supervision and training for clinical psychology doctoral students. She was the Director of the University of Missouri’s Psychological Services Clinic for 10 years and currently serves as the Clinic’s Director of Administration and Training. She has also maintained an active psychotherapy practice throughout her career. Dr. Presser was awarded her doctorate in psychology from the University of Texas at Austin, and her undergraduate degree from the Ohio State University. She worked previously at Illinois State University as the Coordinator of the Clinical Psychology program and as a Staff Psychologist at the Illinois State Student Counseling Center. Dr. Presser has been recognized with the University of Missouri’s “Gold Chalk” Award for Excellence in Teaching and Mentoring doctoral trainees. She also received the 2018 APA Ethics Educator Award for Outstanding Contributions to Ethics Education and Psychology. Dr. Presser served on the APA Ethics Committee from 2015-2018. Her students have won over a dozen APA awards for outstanding papers on ethical issues.